If Kendall Jenner had a twin brother, we'd have met him by now, right? Maybe not, if the Kardashians are to be believed.
The world knows each of the Kardashian-Jenner siblings pretty intimately by now, but what if Kendall had a twin that's been kept out of the limelight? That's the premise of a new Quibi comedy series called Kirby Jenner, all about Kendall's "fraternal twin brother"—or as Kim Kardashian West puts it in a recent trailer, "the best-kept secret of our generation."
Okay, sure, all of this is fictional, but the idea is pretty funny. Kirby Jenner is a social media personality and comedian who has been posing as the model's little-known sibling for years by photoshopping himself into photos of the Kardashian clan on Instagram. He's admittedly pretty brilliant when it comes to editing, inserting himself into some classic Kendall photos and even some videos since 2015. The results are hysterical.
The new show builds on his Instagram account and takes things one step further: It'll consist of eight episodes that follow Kirby finally introducing himself to the masses. His family, he says in the trailer, is filled with people who do pretty important things: "Kendall models, Kourtney keeps having babies, Khloé's tall, Kylie makes lipsticks, Mom does business, my sister Kimberly is practicing to be a lawyer," he says, setting the playful and sardonic tone of the Quibi series. Meanwhile, he describes himself as a 24-year-old "amateur model" who likes to rollerblade and who wants to pull his own weight and "help out with the family business."
"Everyone in my family has already had their own reality shows," he says. "So when this network asked if I wanted to do my own show, I was like, 'I don't know. I haven't really thought about it. But then my mom said, 'Yes.'"
Oh, if you're worried Kendall and the rest of her family might take any offense to Kirby's schtick, you're wrong. The Kardashian-Jenners have been following the performance artist for a while now, and the show itself is executive-produced by Kendall and Kris Jenner. The famous momager and model actually appear in the series, along with Khloé, Kourtney, and Kim.
Kirby announced the show's premiere this week by, appropriately, posting an altered—but hilarious—photo of him and Kendall posing together. The show's first two episodes are out now and because Quibi is made up of short videos, you can learn about your new favorite Kardashian-Jenner in a matter of minutes.
Honestly, they should put him on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Originally Appeared on Glamour